The Arizona Wildcats and Arizona St. Sun Devils both dropped games this past weekend to Pac-12 foes and now sit in the the middle of the South division standings.
ASU came up short, falling 36-26 to the No. 11 Oregon State Beavers. The loss kept the Sun Devils from gaining ground on the USC Trojans, who are still up a win on ASU despite losing to Oregon.
Against the division-leading UCLA Bruins, the Wildcats didn't come close to picking up their third conference win, suffering a lopsided 66-10 loss. With the Utah Utes winning their second consecutive contest, Arizona is now tied for fourth place.
In the tougher North division, the Oregon Ducks lead with an unbeaten record, while the Oregon St. Beavers and Stanford Cardinal are tied at 5-1.
Here are the entire Pac-12 standings:
2. Oregon St. Beavers, 5-1
3. Stanford Cardinal, 5-1
4. Washington Huskies, 3-3
5. California Golden Bears, 2-5
6. Washington St. Cougars, 0-6
1. UCLA Bruins, 4-2
2. USC Trojans, 4-3
3. Arizona St. Sun Devils, 3-3
4. Arizona Wildcats, 2-4
5. Utah Utes, 2-4
6. Colorado Buffaloes, 1-5